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Friday, November 19, 2010

See What Top Hedge Funds Are Buying & Selling

If you want the most comprehensive hedge fund portfolio tracking out there, then you've come to the right place. Hedge Fund Wisdom is's quarterly newsletter created in collaboration with other hedge fund analysts. Market Folly's expert analysis is your go-to source for hedge fund updates and our latest issue will be released early next week. Here's what you'll find in the upcoming third quarter issue:

- 80 pages detailing the latest portfolios of 23 top hedge funds
- Expert commentary detailing what they bought & sold and why

- In-depth equity analysis of 3 stocks hedgies were buying

Portfolios covered in this issue of Hedge Fund Wisdom include:

Seth Klarman (Baupost Group)
Warren Buffett (Berkshire Hathaway)
David Einhorn (Greenlight Capital)
Stephen Mandel (Lone Pine Capital)
David Tepper (Appaloosa Management)
Bill Ackman (Pershing Square Capital Management)
Bruce Berkowitz (Fairholme Capital)
Chase Coleman (Tiger Global Management)
John Burbank (Passport Capital)
Leon Cooperman (Omega Advisors)
Dan Loeb (Third Point)
John Griffin (Blue Ridge Capital)
John Paulson (Paulson & Co)
Lee Ainslie (Maverick Capital)
Julian Robertson (Tiger Management)
George Soros (Soros Fund Management)
Roberto Mignone (Bridger Management)
Chris Shumway (Shumway Capital Partners)
Richard Perry (Perry Capital)
Larry Robbins (Glenview Capital)

...and we added 3 new hedge funds this quarter:
Andreas Halvorsen (Viking Global)
Thomas Steyer (Farallon Capital)
Carl Icahn (Icahn Capital)

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